Instant Pot Shredded Beef

Instant Pot Shredded Beef

This Instant Pot Shredded Beef recipe is perfect for enchiladas or a low carb bowl. It’s shocking to me how a recipe that should take all day to cook can be made so easily in just two hours. I say two hours because it’s one hour in the Instant Pot, then add natural release, and for the best flavor, top it with a short bake in the oven. Really, it is SO delicious. Chuck roast is one of the most inexpensive meats there is and it’s SO flavorful and it becomes so incredibly tender after pressure cooking. Once you make the meat, feel free to use it up or portion it out and freeze it for ease of use later. It’s SO good!

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Instant Pot Shredded Chicken Breast

Instant Pot Shredded Chicken Breast

This easy Instant Pot Shredded Chicken Breast is simple and can even be made with frozen chicken breasts. Simply add all the ingredients to the Instant Pot, cook on high pressure for ten minutes, allow a natural release for 5 minutes, then release the pressure. That’s it! Your chicken will be fork-tender and ready to eat!

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Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken Soup

Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken Soup

This Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken Soup recipe cooks on high pressure for just 4 minutes! Since the chicken is already cooked, you just saute the aromatics, add all the ingredients, seal the lid and you’re ready to go. This recipe is low carb and keto but if you’d like to have traditional chicken noodle soup, simple pour the soup over cooked egg noodles.

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Instant Pot Lemon Chicken Thighs

Instant Pot lemon chicken thighs

This easy Instant Pot lemon chicken thighs recipe takes boring boneless, skinless chicken thighs and transforms them into a rich, juicy chicken dinner in under 30 minutes total. The chicken is seasoned with garlic, lemon, and thyme, sautéed to a golden brown on each side, then cooked on manual high pressure for 5 minutes. That’s it!

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Instant Pot White Rice

Instant Pot White Rice

Instant Pot white rice takes only three minutes to cook. I have a rice cooker that I have had for years and years and I just love it. I never thought I would ever stop using it…until I tried making rice in the Instant Pot. Game changer, folks. Game changer. My pot takes about 10 minutes to come to pressure and I let the rice natural release for 10 minutes for fluffy perfection. So, total, I’d say about 25 minutes of hands-off cooking time for perfect rice.

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